Read, read, read

Read, read, read

Read, read, read

by styleabille , October 25, 2018

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Thanks for joining me on my reading journey. If you thought the title is mine, well it is not. It is a quote by William Faulkner, an American writer and a Nobel prize laureate.

I have been reading, passionately for more than 25 years now. I have also read more than 2,000 books.

I guess it explains this endeavor.

Reading has given me a lot of beautiful emotions. I will be talking a little more about this in the upcoming posts. I will also share plenty of my book reviews. Stay tuned!

You will also, soon enough, find an array of links and recommendations for books to read.

I will make it short for now. I usually don’t!

It would be good to introduce myself too! How I missed that! My name is Joanna. I am Lebanese and I live in Dubai. I am tri-lingual as most Lebanese people are (French, Arabic, and English). I am fairly fluent in Spanish as well. I practice yoga as much as I can. I have been working in all things HR: operations, consulting, and project management.

There are a few other things that you will discover as you read my posts.

Between writing posts, I read. Books have always kept me company. Have you ever come across a women with more books than clothes, shoes, and bags? That’s me! Stay around.

Insight: Did you know that Warren Buffett reads five to six hours per day?

Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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